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African-Americans
African AmericansMany African Americans trace their ancestry to the slave trade of early American history. Most African Americans lived and worked on the Plantations and farms of the American south and received their freedom following the Civil  War. Even with liberation their civil and economic rights were curtailed until the mid 20th Century but today they still work to gain economic, social and cultural equality.
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1. List of African American Accomplishments  Biography.com
2. Little Know Black History Facts BlackAmericaWeb
3. 10 Little Known Black History Facts PBS
4. Blacks in Government Biography.com
5. African American Employment BlackDemographics
6. Leaders of the African American Civil Rights Movement Public Broadcasting Service
7. Comparison of Black and Non-Black in the Labor Force Bureau of Labor Statistics
8. 18 Black History Facts You May Not Know BuzzFeed
9. African American Studies Research Guide: 100 Amazing Facts About the Negro Michigan State University
10. Black History Month Facts SoftSchools
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African American History

By Lerner Publishing Group

African American History Reconsidered

By Pero Gaglo Dagbovie

African American History: An Introduction

By Joanne Turner-Sadler

A Companion to African American History

edited by Alton Hornsby, Jr.

Landmarks of African American History

By James Oliver Horton
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